I also do not know if the low resolution artwork titled "All Aboard" is truly the correct artwork for this specific recording of the show. The person sharing this show a long time back claims in their lineage they ripped a CD-R of the show, and even though they do not mention the artwork they included, I believe the artwork was an afterthought. The artwork shows nine tracks and this upload has eleven, it has the song "Mr. Crowley" which is wrong and is actually "Suicide Solution", and it also has the wrong date for the show. While the artwork shows 1981-07-31 as the date, the real date was 1981-07-28. And I've got two venues for this show too. One venue is reported to be St. Denis Theater while the other, and likely correct venue, is listed as the Montreal Forum.
CD-R > EAC > WAV > FLAC > me > WAV (to test for lossiness) > Audacity (to embed metadata/track info into files and re-encode as FLAC) > FLAC 6 > TLH (to check for SBE's and to create and verify md5 & ffp files) > you
Artist: Ozzy Osbourne
Date: July 28th, 1981
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Venue: Montreal Forum (also listed as St. Denis Theater which is likely wrong)
Artwork: Yes (low resolution with a lot of bad, incorrect info)
Label: Metal Memory
Title: All Aboard
Size: 312 MB
01. Flying High Again
02. I Don't Know
03. Crazy Train
05. Suicide Solution
06. Randy Rhodes (guitar solo)
07. Suicide Solution (ending)
08. Revelation (Mother Earth)
09. Steal Away The Night
10. drum solo
(1) 1981-07-28 Montreal SB
Unfortunately, the final product here is a sloppy package even though the music (the important part) sounds excellent. The uploader was even very sloppy with their text file, the artwork they used, their lack of explanations in many areas, and just their overall finished project they shared.
It's too bad the whole show isn't here because it is a really nice soundboard. There are a few crackles and pops (I don't believe this was an LP album however) I noticed. These may have been caused in the transfer the original sharer shared? But the audio file's integrity is good and there are no SBE's. I'd originally thought the audio was going to be clipped because it is loud. But it wasn't when I looked at the waveform and it really looked nice. This is definitely one of the best Ozzy and Randy Rhodes era CD's I've heard in regards to audio quality!
I hope you enjoy the concert...
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